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New York City's 3 new underground rail projects
Thursday - 2/7/2013, 6:00am EST
The Associated Press
A look at New York City's three new underground rail projects.
East Side Access under Grand Central Terminal:
--Brings the Long Island Rail Road to Manhattan's East Side, with 160,000 passengers a day arriving at the new, eight-track Grand Central hub 16 stories below Grand Central Terminal.
--To be completed by 2019.
--Estimated cost is $8.3 million.
No. 7 extension to Manhattan's West Side:
--Links Times Square to the far West Side to attract development to Manhattan's "last frontier" of available land and the Hudson Yards development.
--To open in 2014.
--Estimated cost is $2.1 billion.
Second Avenue Subway on Manhattan's East Side:
--Eases massive congestion on Lexington Avenue subway lines and opens far East Side to commuters.
--First section to open in 2016.
--Estimated cost for first phase is $4.5 billion.
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